Revoltijo - A Review by Rene
An organic, liquid structure starts
to drain out from speakers from the very moment you push "play". There's
no skeleton in this musical "Organon", neither flesh nor blood: only urgent
and fleeing sonical "spirit" going out in a delicate way to final Highness.
In certain way Richard Bone pays a sincere tribute to the peculiar element
he has chosen to portrays here: INDIUM...discovered in 1883 by F. Reich and
H. T. Richter, which remains stubbornly liquid, even under opposite temperature
regimes. Bone builds -successfully- a quietly biological "multi-layered"
symphony, filled with pulsing & summoning "inner search" instants. These
"instants" are beautiful "soundscapes" like postcards from a promised land...
As I said before: neither flesh nor blood: only "Holy Ghost" invading our
senses without any resistance from us. Last time I felt the same ineffable
sensation was the very first time I listened David Bowie's "Subterraneans"
(from "Low", 1977) a touching theme played along with Brian Eno... Eureka!!
Richard Bone might be the most worthy Eno's heir, but he has chosen his own
way.... Suggested themes: "Indium. Part 2" and "Mercurial Wave"
- Rene Atilio Araya